The skill of interaction is the main theme of this book. Experienced nurses all say that caring for someone involves doing things for, and being able to relate to, that person. This book looks at the use of the model in modern nursing practice, and shows how the building of the nurse-patient interpersonal relationship is in itself an essential professional skill.
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'I recommend that nurses interested in exploring the contribution of models should consult this and other titles in the series.' Moira Attree, Nursing Times
'For those who now use Peplau, this is a good, useful refresher. For others exploring nursing models and learning, I advise you to encourage your nursing library to purchase the whole series. If the standard in this book is equalled by the others, it becomes a highly recommended purchase.' Douglas Middleton, Senior Nurse
HOWARD SIMPSON, M.Ed. (Human Relations), Dip.Ed. (Counselling), BA, SRN, RMN, RNT, is head of the District Psychiatric Education Centre at Mapperley Hospital, Nottingham, part of the Mid-Trent College of Nursing and Midwifery. He has taught human-relationship skills for twelve years. Prior to that he worked as a staff nurse and charge nurse in London and Yorkshire.
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